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The 2019-2020 Season

NEW 2019-2020 Family Flex Passes

See 10 shows for $100

Get your tickets for the whole season at a discounted price! You choose when you go, and use your flex pass as you go. Your $100 pass gets you 8 tickets to use at any of the following shows: Zaney Tales, The Witch of Greythorn, Mr. Spider’s Extra Scary Halloween, It’s a Wonderful Life, and If. Then once you have your pass, you'll automatically get a $14 discount to Hello Dolly when you add those tickets to your cart.
Questions? Email

*Does not include any performances at the Bear Tooth Theatre Pub

Hello, Dolly!

March 22-31

UAA Williamson Auditorium

This blockbuster Broadway hit, bursts with humor, romance, high-energy dancing, and some of the greatest songs in musical theater history. The romantic and comic exploits of Dolly Gallagher-Levi, turn-of-the-century matchmaker and “woman who arranges things,” are certain to thrill and entertain audiences again and again.

The show’s memorable songs include “Put On Your Sunday Clothes,” “Ribbons Down My Back,” “Before the Parade Passes By,” “Hello, Dolly!,” “Elegance,” and “It Only Takes a Moment.”

This show has reserved seating, so we recommend buying early to get the best seats.

Hello, Dolly is approximately 2.5 hours long and also has a 15 minute intermission.


May 1-10

APU Grant Hall

"If" is a world premiere tale of Bronwyn, a young teenage girl, in Valdez who decides to run away from home with her imaginary friend, If. They encounter many strange creatures on their journey into the mythical Alaska wilderness, including a dancing ghost, ecologically unsound goblins, and a very friendly rag doll, but they're journey is also fraught with danger as they are tracked by a mysterious wolf.

Sonny Midnight’s "If" was communally written by the Feral Writers Guild, a group of seven playwrights in Valdez, Alaska. They are led by Dawson Moore, Coordinator of the Valdez Last Frontier Theatre Conference. Other writers on the script include Kerra Apolo, Heidi Franke, Dennis Humphrey, Kyle Walker, and Carl Young. Moore gave the writers an assignment in July 2018 to write short plays. When they were finished, he combined them all into one cohesive storyline.

Zany Tales

September 20-22

Your favorite storytellers and balladeers are at it again, and they'll be making you laugh so hard you just might fall out of your chair! This show is approximately 1 hour long with no intermission.

*The show will perform at the TBA Studio, in our outdoor amphiteatre tent, with heaters!

Harvest Hoedown - 11th Annual Fundraiser

October 5th at 6pm

UAA Lucy Cuddy Hall

Join us for the most fun fundraiser around! It's a two-stepping, toe-tapping, old-fashioned good time
with live music, silent & live auction, and fun games! Everyone will enjoy a delicious upscale barbecue buffet, with vegetarian and vegan options. Questions? Concerned about allergies? Email

The Witch of Greythorn

October  26-Nov 2

The Abbott of Inchaffrey's past comes back to haunt him in this medieval thriller, recommended for ages 12 and up or those who can handle a good scare. Be advised this show contains horror themes and stage violence.

Mr. Spider's Extra Scary Halloween

October 26, 27, 31 & Nov 2

APU Grant Hall

Who's the scariest of the scaries in Nightmare Hollow? Join Jeepers Creepers, Witch Hazel and the Nightmare Hollow Coven, and Boris the Vampire and the Blood-sucking Bat Brigade on this musical adventure through the Halloweeniest of towns, Nightmare Hollow! This is a musical treat for the whole family!

Trick or treat from the cast after the show!

It's a Wonderful Life

December 6-15

APU Grant Hall

Journey to the small town of Bedford Falls, and follow George Bailey, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty. He meets an unsuspecting fellow on Christmas Eve, his guardian angel who attempts to save him from despair and remind him that this has been, after all, a wonderful life.

This show will run approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission.

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